Spain's Antena 3 Signs Accord with Miramax
The deal comes a year after a string of high-profile accords with NBC-Universal, Sony Pictures, The Walt Disney Company, Tripictures, Aurum, Televisa and Telemundo.
MADRID - Spain's Antena 3 signed a new licensing deal for Miramax movies, securing rights to a range of iconic films in the Miramax library like Pulp Fiction, Sin City, Chocolat and The Boy In The Striped Pajamas. The movies will air on Antena 3 and its digital channels in Spain.
“Miramax titles have always been well received in Spain and we are delighted that these movies will continue to be showcased in this dynamic market on A3 and its bouquet of digital channels,” said Danny Goldman, Miramax senior vice president and head of sales, EMEA.
“This agreement will give our viewers access to a number of Miramax’s award-winning films. We are thrilled to be able to offer some of the finest and most beloved movies ever produced,” said Mercedes Gamero, Antena 3 director of acquisitions & sales.
Wednesday's deal comes a year after a string of high-profile accords with big players, including NBC-Universal, Sony Pictures, The Walt Disney Company, Tripictures, Aurum, Televisa and Telemundo.
- 'Lindsay' Recap: Lohan Attempts Career Comeback With Self-Proclaimed 'New Chapter'
- 'How I Met Your Mother': Cristin Milioti Debunks Morbid Finale Theory (Video)'
- Josh Duhamel to Co-Star in Vince Gilligan's 'Battle Creek'
- A Train, a Trestle and 60 Seconds to Escape: How 'Midnight Rider' Victim Sarah Jones Lost Her Life
- 'Divergent' Star Shailene Woodley: The Next Jennifer Lawrence?
- MOST SHARED
- MOST POPULAR
- Joe McGinniss Dead: 'Fatal Vision' Author Dies At 71
- Shakira Reveals Why Music Videos With Men Are 'Out Of the Question'
- Even Juan Pablo Thinks This Season Of 'The Bachelor' Has Been A Soap Opera